Basic caramel rusks
|Material ( Easy to make )|
|wheat bran||15g (0.53oz)|
There are various ingredients that you can't easily use when you buy them, but in the case of the author, "Fu" is the case. I think there are many people who just use it for New Year's soup.
Fu is a nutritious food that is not surprisingly known, with the main component being the vegetable protein "gluten". It's a waste to leave such a fu, so I made the "fu rusk" that I saw in the recipe corner of the supermarket.
● Basic caramel rusks
Fu 15g (0.53oz), butter 15g (0.53oz), 2 tablespoons sugar, 1/2 tablespoon milk
[How to make]
Put ingredients other than fu in a frying pan and melt over low heat.
When it foams, add the fu and bake until it is colored while entwining the whole.
Complete by cooling on a tray with a cooking sheet.
When cooled, the surface hardens, and you can enjoy the contrast between the crispy and fragrant caramel and the crispy fu. A mysterious texture like a cookie like a rusk.
It doesn't matter how you bake it, but personally, it's recommended that you bake it well until it's about to burn, as you can enjoy the caramel feeling more. Below, we will introduce the arrangement.
● Arrangement 1: Sprinkle with soybean flour
Sprinkle kinako when drying the caramel rusks to make them more fragrant Japanese-style rusks. You may make it with brown sugar.
● Arrange 2: With maple syrup
If you change the sugar to the same amount of maple syrup, it will become a rusk with a low sweetness with the scent of maple. It has a soft texture and is more like a cookie.
It's so delicious that I started buying Fu for this. Please try this simple snack that changes the image of your fu by 180 degrees!